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By Staff Reporter : PNG Today

Tonga on Royal Caribbean’s Trail

Royal Caribbean International has added Tonga to its upcoming 2016/17 season.

Radiance of the Seas, nicknamed the ‘culinary ship’ for its onboard dining options, will call at Vavau’u on 12 December and Nuku’alofa on 13 December for the ­first time.

The two destinations will be part of a 13-night South Pacifi­c, Fiji and Tonga journey.

Fares start from $1819 per person for an Oceanview Stateroom on the exotic cruise, which begins in Sydney on 3 December and
also calls at the Isle of Pines in New Caledonia, Lifou in the Loyalty Islands, Suva and Lautoka in Fiji before arriving in Auckland.

‘We’ve had our eye on Tonga as a destination for our guests for some time,’ says Adam Armstrong, managing director for Royal Caribbean International in Australia and New Zealand.

‘Radiance of the Seas is the perfect size for us to explore new ports in our region, paving the way for a number of new, exciting destinations for our guests.’

Radiance of the Seas will also make the cruise line and industry’s maiden call to Wollongong, Australia on 30 October.


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